Pancakes for One
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 15 min.
Makes1 serving (3 pancakes)
Omitted wheat germ. I added a small banana and substituted melted butter for oil. Made enough for two servings. I’d make these again!
Too flat and eggy. Increase baking powder to one full tsp. Don't mix and match with baking soda, especially if you're adding salt. Your BP will shoot into orbit.
This is perfect! I made two recipes, which was more than enough, but they're delicious! I used all flour (w/o the wheat germ), I added a touch of ginger and nutmeg, and some sugar. (from reading a few other reviews) Definitely a keeper. Thank you!
Absolutely DELICIOUS!!..just added vanilla..Thanks!!
Just like the larger batches I used to make for my family! I'm alone so don't have all ingredients on hand. I used 1/2 tbsp white vinegar in milk in place of buttermilk, crushed walnuts instead of wheat germ. Added 1 teaspoon of sugar. PERFECTION!
Edit on that last review - sour milk - 1/2 cup of milk and 1/2 tablespoon of lemon juice
I didn't have buttermilk, so sub'd with sour milk (1/2 cup of milk with 1/2 teaspoon of lemon juice). Only used a pinch of salt. Made more than enough for one.
this is the perfect amount for one person, but the pancakes were a little salty. next time i would add a little sugar to the batter
on the hunt for pancake recipe for one,found this.It's promising. But due to I didn't want to run to the grocery store, I didn't have toasted wheat germ,so replaced w/flour.Didn't have buttermilk,just used whole milk.Used Coconut oil (my latest fav) & always put vanilla in my batter. It was alil' heavier texture that I like but I will try it w/wheat germ & buttermilk for that may make a difference! Thanks for sharing your recipe, this empty nester is going through withdrawls on my carbs since my Girls are not here!
A perfect recipe for a single serving of pancakes. I made 2 large ones from this recipe and it was more than enough. The pancakes are easy to make and taste so good (I added chocolate chips!)